Victory : The Little Sisters of the Poor

In the decision on May 16 of the HHS contraceptive mandate case involving the Little Sisters of the Poor, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to rule on the matter and instead directed that… Continue reading

Tulare Western: Social media, Good or Bad?

By: Mia Rodriguez, Michael Olivares, & Ireland Livermore

End of the year thoughts

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Western week pt.1

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Farewell to Class of 2016

By Guadalupe Zepeda As the school year gradually comes to an end, we will be saying goodbye to many seniors. It is a bittersweet moment for not only those who are graduating, but… Continue reading

Captain America: Civil War Movie Review

By Jonathan Delgado It’s finally here! The second addition of superhero movies depicting our heroes pitted against each other has finally arrived in theaters. Captain America: Civil War is the much anticipated sequel to… Continue reading

Is vaping dangerous?

  By: Bailee Seals Kenneth Barbero a citizen of Albany, NY was casually vaping when the hand-held vaping device blew up in his face. When the vape box blew up it left him… Continue reading

Former POTUS Bill Clinton in Visalia

By Leslie Gonzalez Photo: Kendra Walker    Former President Bill Clinton was spotted in downtown Visalia Sunday afternoon.   He made a surprise visit after speaking in Delano, which is part of his tour… Continue reading

Room- Movie review

By Guadalupe Zepeda Nominated for four Oscars, Room is a movie that moves your heart. Room is told from the perspective of Jack ( Jacob Tremblay) and follows him and his mother “Ma”… Continue reading

Class of 2016’s Plans

By: Destiny Mills From the start of our freshman year, all we’ve been dreaming of is to be a senior and finally graduate. Now all of the seniors seem to be sad and… Continue reading